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Tom Keegan: Kansas’ 2-deep offense, perhaps

The freshman quarterback became the school’s first to throw an accurate deep ball in several years. He showed promise, even in an 0-12 season, and needed the spring to smooth out the rough edges. And then Ryan Willis played in a pickup basketball game and broke his wrist. By Tom Keegan

Graham charms campers

It should come as no surprise that Kansas University junior Devonté Graham, who coach Bill Self has been told by his players is “the most popular kid on campus,” charmed several hundred of Self’s basketball campers on Monday in Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore

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Bragg making fashion statement

Carlton Bragg Jr., remembers the day he made his own fashion statement on the basketball court, discarding long, saggy shorts for the kind basketball players wore before Michael Jordan dropped the seam in the 1980s.

KU track lands NCAA honor

Kansas University’s women’s track and field and cross country program finished 13th in the Program of the Year standings, the USTFCCCA announced Tuesday.

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Graham charms campers

It should come as no surprise that Kansas University junior Devonté Graham, who coach Bill Self has been told by his players is “the most popular kid on campus,” charmed several hundred of Self’s basketball campers on Monday in Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: Kansas’ 2-deep offense, perhaps

The freshman quarterback became the school’s first to throw an accurate deep ball in several years. He showed promise, even in an 0-12 season, and needed the spring to smooth out the rough edges. And then Ryan Willis played in a pickup basketball game and broke his wrist. By Tom Keegan